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Merry Christmas Y’all, in Dixie

Merry Christmas Y’all, in Dixie

It’s that wonderful time of year again. The time we celebrate family, love, fraternity, and good will. The time we dole out cheer, gifts, and plenty of money. A time intended to remember and worship the Lord for the incarnation, the dawn of redeeming grace . A time fast becoming ever more secular and material, distancing itself […]

Lincoln’s Plan, Emancipation & Deportation

Lincoln’s Plan, Emancipation & Deportation

It is no secret that Lincoln was a racist, advocating for white supremacy up to and even after his election and inauguration as President of the United States of America. However, some fancy that the war significantly changed his views regarding slavery, racial equality, and the like. While there is no doubt that the war had an […]

The Murrell Home

The Murrell Home

We made it back home safe to the heart of Dixie after visiting the Indian Nations territory. Perhaps you are unaware that during the war between the States all five of the Civilized Indian nations officially aligned with the Confederacy. They even committed Indian troops to the fray, among which were the notable Cherokee Braves and Choctaw […]

Secession, the end of Slavery

Secession, the end of Slavery

Consider the following quote: So far from slavery being the cause of secession, the fact is many thinking men in the South knew that secession would be the doom of slavery. Slavery could not be economically viable or legally enforceable where freedom was just a river away. They had pushed the North so hard to […]

Confederate Heritage Month

Confederate Heritage Month

Recently, newly elected Governor of Virgina, Bob McDonnell, made a proclamation that April would be recognized as Confederate history month in Virginia. Because he failed to specifically mention slavery in that proclamation he has taken heat, and the racist political propaganda machine has fired up. My question is why would anyone want a mention of […]

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